Gymshoes is an upbeat person who makes (mostly) uptempo electronic pop suitable for dancing in the streets, spinning in the living room, and backyard boogie. She will not be held responsible for any tickets you might get for dancing in your car. She lives in the Houston area with her husband and a very-mixed-breed rescue dogs. Before she got sucked into all this electronic music, she was a rock-n-roll girl, writing songs and playing guitar. After twisting all the knobs on her amp, and flipping every switch, she still can’t find the “on” switch for “rock star”. Fortunately, she can always find the “on” switch for her computer, which is a nice little studio for creating diggable digital Gymshoes music. When not making Gymshoes music she’s writing books under the name Ainy Rainwater.
Her author site—A Truant Disposition—features her aptly-named “Idleness” blog, which amongst its ramblings occasionally includes bits of fiction. http://truantdisposition.com She is also on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Gymshoes music was featured in the movie What It Takes, a documentary about triathletes competing in the Ironman triathlon. After hurricanes Katrina and Rita she released an EP of songs, A Tropical Depression, the profits of which go to benefit the American Red Cross.
Gymshoes music is available from most online stores.